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Opposition hailed Saakashvili’s speech at the UN GA session2009-09-25 15:50
According to Gigi Tsereteli, from the UN tribune the President let the world know that Georgia isn't the country to be easily defeated, because the truth on its side. Giorgi Targamadze, the parliamentary minority leader, believes that the most important was the statement of georgia's intention to win by peace - RosBalt.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Targamadze underlined that in this case "peace" implies not passivity but dynamics in establishment and development of democracy and economy to make Georgia attractive not only for abroad and foreign investors, but in the first line, for Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
David Darchiashvili, the chairman of the parliamentary Committee for European Integration, said that accent on analogy to the Berlin Wall in Saakashvili's speech was chosen right.